7 Simple Steps to a Healthier You

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Harvest House Publishers, Jan 1, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 156 pages
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Creator of the popular Busy People's Cookbooks (more than 750,000 copies sold) and author of "Comfort Food for Your Soul" Dawn Hall offers inspiration, guidance, and sure?fire, simple steps for people on the go who are ready to embrace a healthy lifestyle.

Simple chapters guide readers on a journey to physical, emotional, and spiritual fitness. Dawn provides firsthand advice for handling weight issues, hectic schedules, unhealthy behaviors, and the hurdle of excuses as she shares why healthy living starts with a simple choice choosing the best food and exercise plan for you meal plans and recipes to be successful

For many, this will be the book that ultimately turns their desire for change into a changed life.

 

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Contents

Introduction
5
Make the Choice
13
Set Yourself Up for Success
27
Create a New Relationship with Food
45
Practice Intentional Eating
57
Move in the Right Direction
77
DeClutter Your Life
91
Get Spiritually Fit
103
Commit to the New Lifestyle
115
The Picture of Health
133
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Dawn Hall self-published her first cookbook when she needed to raise money to pay for her late husband's cancer treatment. Since then she has more than 1 million copies of her cookbooks in print. Her books contain simple, great-tasting dishes for busy people who like to eat real, everyday food. Her books also help to motivate and inspire healthy eating and healthy lifestyles.

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